Red House, Buntingford

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Red House, Buntingford, Herts.

The Red House is a Queen Anne style house built around 1710 opposite the intersection of Norfolk Road and High Street in Buntingford, Hertfordshire, England.[1][2] It was inhabited by artist and stage designer Claud Lovat Fraser, who designed the Buntingford war memorial and other aspects of the town.[3] The building was used by estate agency Churchills, but currently (November 2013) appears unoccupied. It is a Grade II Listed Building.[2]

Blue Plaque on the Red House.

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Coordinates: 51°56′59″N 0°01′14″W / 51.949726°N 0.020577°W / 51.949726; -0.020577